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Elias Rankings Update

After the season the Elias Sports Bureau will take all players over the 2010-11 period, divide them into five groups for each league, and rank them based on various statistics.  Then each player will be labeled a Type A, B, or none.  Those designations and the possible accompanying arbitration offers determine draft pick compensation (click here for a refresher).

Eddie Bajek has reverse-engineered the Elias rankings, and he's providing that information exclusively at MLB Trade Rumors.  Here's a look at how the players rank for the period beginning with the 2010 season running through June 25th, 2011.  The Google spreadsheet below has separate tabs for each position group and can also be found directly here.


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Elias Rankings Update

After the season the Elias Sports Bureau will take all players over the 2010-11 period, divide them into five groups for each league, and rank them based on various statistics.  Then each player will be labeled a Type A, B, or none.  Those designations and the possible accompanying arbitration offers determine draft pick compensation (click here for a refresher).

Eddie Bajek has reverse-engineered the Elias rankings, and he's providing that information exclusively at MLB Trade Rumors.  Here's a look at how the players rank for the period beginning with the 2010 season running through May 29th, 2011.  The Google spreadsheet below has separate tabs for each position group.  Please note that an error from our initial post has since been corrected.


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Official Elias Rankings

MLBTR has obtained the official Elias rankings for the upcoming offseason. The list below includes all ranked free agents, including those who have already signed, those who say they'll retire and those whose options will likely be picked up.

Once the regular season ended, the Elias Sports Bureau took all players over the 2009-10 period, divided them into five groups for each league, and ranked them based on various statistics.  Each player was labeled a Type A, B, or none.  Those designations and the possible accompanying arbitration offers determine draft pick compensation (click here for a refresher).

The numbers beside the players' names represent their rankings. If teams sign more than one Type A free agent, one team gets a top compensation pick and other teams lose out. The team losing the highest-ranked free agent obtains the best pick the signing team can offer and other teams fall in line behind the team that loses the top-ranked player.

Type A

Bronson Arroyo -- 80.033 - club option
Grant Balfour -- 72.923
Adrian Beltre -- 81.633 - player option
Carl Crawford -- 85.128
Jorge de la Rosa -- 74.422
Scott Downs -- 76.352
Adam Dunn -- 74.167
Frank Francisco -- 73.171
Jason Frasor -- 73.383
Vladimir Guerrero -- 80.000 - mutual option
Matt Guerrier -- 79.569
Ramon Hernandez -- 74.517
Derek Jeter -- 91.304
Paul Konerko -- 78.095
Jason Kubel -- 80.000 - club option
Cliff Lee -- 87.500
Derrek Lee -- 74.167
Ted Lilly -- 80.116
Victor Martinez -- 87.054
Bengie Molina -- 72.321
Magglio Ordonez -- 77.436
Carl Pavano -- 75.568
Andy Pettitte -- 80.492
A.J. Pierzynski -- 80.804
Manny Ramirez -- 76.154
Arthur Rhodes -- 72.229
Mariano Rivera -- 88.830
Takashi Saito -- 69.657
Rafael Soriano -- 91.799
Miguel Tejada -- 76.720
Matt Thornton -- 86.214 - club option exercised
Billy Wagner -- 83.313
Jayson Werth -- 91.807
Dan Wheeler -- 74.673 - club option

Type B

Rod Barajas -- 59.459
Joaquin Benoit -- 66.879
Lance Berkman -- 64.762 - club option declined
John Buck -- 67.411
Orlando Cabrera -- 66.667
Randy Choate -- 62.460
Kevin Correia -- 57.591
Jesse Crain -- 60.657
Johnny Damon -- 74.359
Octavio Dotel -- 66.473
Chad Durbin -- 57.471
David Eckstein -- 65.801
Mark Ellis -- 74.405 - club option
Pedro Feliciano -- 66.855
Brian Fuentes -- 67.055
Jon Garland -- 71.947 - mutual option
Alex Gonzalez -- 61.376 - club option
Kevin Gregg -- 66.967 - club option
Brad Hawpe -- 70.769
Aaron Heilman -- 58.420
Trevor Hoffman -- 62.829 - club option
Orlando Hudson -- 70.238
Aubrey Huff -- 60.000
Omar Infante -- 62.338 - club option
Brandon Inge -- 67.347
Hiroki Kuroda -- 68.152
Gerald Laird -- 60.045
Adam LaRoche -- 61.667 - mutual option
Felipe Lopez -- 67.532 -  club option
Mike Lowell -- 62.585
Hideki Matsui -- 73.333
Kevin Millwood -- 58.617
Miguel Olivo -- 65.251 - mutual option
David Ortiz -- 75.000 - club option
Vicente Padilla -- 58.168
Carlos Pena -- 64.762
Jhonny Peralta -- 62.585 - club option
Scott Podsednik -- 69.880 - club option
J.J. Putz -- 62.213
Chad Qualls -- 56.168
Aramis Ramirez -- 63.187 - player option
Jon Rauch -- 69.088
Jose Reyes -- 62.434 - club option
Hisanori Takahashi -- 58.650
Yorvit Torrealba -- 63.900 - mutual option
Koji Uehara -- 68.010
Juan Uribe -- 65.608
Jason Varitek -- 64.732
Javier Vazquez -- 71.970
Kerry Wood -- 62.778 - club option declined

Eddie Bajek reverse-engineered the Elias rankings for MLBTR and was right on every free agent except for Derrek Lee, Adam Dunn and Mark Ellis, who were all on the bubble at their respective positions.


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Elias Ranking AL Catchers Breakdown

Word is that the official 2009-10 Elias Rankings are out, so we will try to get a hold of those soon.  We've got Eddie Bajek's reverse-engineered rankings available here in the meantime.

For those interested in seeing how the sausage is made, Eddie has provided a look into the American League catchers group.  As explained here, the stats used for catchers are plate appearances, batting average, on-base percentage, home runs, runs batted in, fielding percentage, and assists.  An adjustment is made for days spent on the disabled list.

The catcher breakdown can be seen here or directly below.


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2009-10 Reverse-Engineered Elias Rankings

Once the regular season ended, the Elias Sports Bureau took all players over the 2009-10 period, divided them into five groups for each league, and ranked them based on various statistics.  Each player was labeled a Type A, B, or none.  Those designations and the possible accompanying arbitration offers determine draft pick compensation (click here for a refresher).

Eddie Bajek has reverse-engineered the Elias rankings, and he's providing that information exclusively at MLB Trade Rumors.  Here's a look at his 2009-10 projections, to tide you over until the official ones come out from Elias.  There are a lot of moving parts in reverse-engineering the Elias rankings, so these are subject to change if we find errors.  Our last set of Elias projections is here, in case you want to see what changed during the season's final week.


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Elias Rankings Update

After the season the Elias Sports Bureau will take all players over the 2009-10 period, divide them into five groups for each league, and rank them based on various statistics.  Then each player will be labeled a Type A, B, or none.  Those designations and the possible accompanying arbitration offers determine draft pick compensation (click here for a refresher).

Eddie Bajek has reverse-engineered the Elias rankings, and he's providing that information exclusively at MLB Trade Rumors.  Here's a look at how the players rank for the period beginning with the 2009 season running through September 26th, 2010.  Our last set of Elias projections is here, in case you want to see what changed.


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Elias Rankings Update

After the season the Elias Sports Bureau will take all players over the 2009-10 period, divide them into five groups for each league, and rank them based on various statistics.  Then each player will be labeled a Type A, B, or none.  Those designations and the possible accompanying arbitration offers determine draft pick compensation (click here for a refresher).

Eddie Bajek has reverse-engineered the Elias rankings, and he's providing that information exclusively at MLB Trade Rumors.  Here's a look at how the players rank for the period beginning with the 2009 season running through September 18th, 2010.  Our last set of Elias projections is here, in case you want to see what changed.


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Elias Rankings Update

After the season the Elias Sports Bureau will take all players over the 2009-10 period, divide them into five groups for each league, and rank them based on various statistics.  Then each player will be labeled a Type A, B, or none.  Those designations and the possible accompanying arbitration offers determine draft pick compensation (click here for a refresher).

Eddie Bajek has reverse-engineered the Elias rankings, and he's providing that information exclusively at MLB Trade Rumors.  Here's a look at how the players rank for the period beginning with the 2009 season running through September 7th, 2010.  The Google spreadsheet below has separate tabs for each position group.  You can also go directly to the Google spreadsheet here.  Our last set of Elias projections is here, in case you want to see what changed.


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Elias Rankings Update

After the season the Elias Sports Bureau will take all players over the 2009-10 period, divide them into five groups for each league, and rank them based on various statistics.  Then each player will be labeled a Type A, B, or none.  Those designations and the possible accompanying arbitration offers determine draft pick compensation (click here for a refresher).

Eddie Bajek has reverse-engineered the Elias rankings, and he's providing that information exclusively at MLB Trade Rumors.  Here's a look at how the players rank for the period beginning with the 2009 season running through August 31st, 2010.  The Google spreadsheet below has separate tabs for each position group.  You can also go directly to the Google spreadsheet here and download it in Excel here.  Our last set of Elias projections is here, in case you want to see what changed.

A few special notes from Eddie this week.  He had to enter rosters by hand, so please leave a comment if you find an error.  Anyone not on an active roster or the disabled list by August 31st is ineligible - Brad Hawpe is one such example.  Also, Eddie included extra tabs for NL 1B and NL OF this week showing how the calculations are done for those groups.


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Elias Rankings Update

After the season the Elias Sports Bureau will take all players over the 2009-10 period, divide them into five groups for each league, and rank them based on various statistics.  Then each player will be labeled a Type A, B, or none.  Those designations and the possible accompanying arbitration offers determine draft pick compensation (click here for a refresher).

Eddie Bajek has reverse-engineered the Elias rankings, and he's providing that information exclusively at MLB Trade Rumors.  Here's a look at how the players rank for the period beginning with the 2009 season running through August 21st, 2010.  The Google spreadsheet below has separate tabs for each position group.  You can also go directly to the Google spreadsheet here.  Our last set of Elias projections is here, in case you want to see what changed.


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